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Turkish Airlines announces its 10th flight destination in Italy

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

thy logo1012With existing services to Rome, Venice, Milan, Turin, Naples, Bologna, Genoa, Catania and Pisa, Turkish Airlines adds yet another destination in Italy.

Beginning from today, Turkish Airlines adds Bari to its network as the 10th destination in Italy. The flights will be operated 4 times per week on Tuesdays, Wednesday Fridays and Sundays in both directions.

Round trip fares are available from Istanbul to the second most important economic Centre of mainland Southern Italy after Naples, Bari starting at 99 Euros (including taxes and fees). Additionally, for the first 6 months of operation to the new destinations, there is a special offer for the Miles&Smiles members with a 25% reduction in the miles needed to redeem either award tickets or upgrades.

Bari flight times as scheduled from April 28th;

Flight No. Days Departure Arrival
TK1445 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday IST 13:25     BRI 14:25
TK1446 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday BRI 15:25 IST 18:25

*All times are in LMT.

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